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CONTENTS,

VOL. XIV.

Lorrows from a town Coquette to
her Friend, and Answer . . . . . . steele

On Persecution — Character of Wil-
liam III.

Death of Sir Roger de Coverley . . . Addison

Letters on. Epitaphs . . . . . . . . . Steele
University Physiognomy . . . orator Henley
Meditation on animal Life . . . . . . ADDISON

On the Death of a beloved Wife . . franchAM
On the uncertainty and absurdity of
public Reports . . . . . . . . . . . STEELE
Advice to Ladies on Marriage . . . . ——
Poetry too often mixed with My-
thology—Edict on that Subject . . Addison

On Visions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . STEELE
Visions of worldly and heavenly
Wisdom . . . . . . DUNlop & Montgomery

Success of the Spectators—on Mar-
riage—Letter of Pliny to Hispulla. Huches

No.

526.
527.

528.

529.

530.

531.
532.

533.

534.

535.

536.

OnTemplars turning Hackney-Coach-
men—Commission to Mr. John Sly. Steelk
Letter on a Jealous Husband . . . . . —
From a languishing Lover . . . . . . POPE
Complaints of Rachel Welladay
against the young Men of the Age. steeln
Rules of Precedency among Authors.
and Actors . . . . . . . ... • - - - - ADDISON
Account of the Marriage of Will
Honeycomb . . . . . . . . . . . .
On the Idea of the Supreme Being ... ———
The Author's Success in producing

meritorious Writings — Adrian's o
Verses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . stEELE
Verses to the Spectator . . . . . . . . tick ELL.

Letter from Mr. Sly on Hats . . . . . steele
Letters on Parents forcing the Incli-
nations of their Children—on Rude-
ness and Impudence . . . . . . . . . ——
Letters, from a spoilt rich Beauty—
Dapperwit's Question — from a
Grocer in Love—from an Idol—a
Minute from Mr. Sly ... . . . . . . -
On vain Hopes of temporal Objects—
Story of Alnaschar . . . . . . * . . . Ad DISON
The Author's Interview with a Lady–
her Letter on proper Employment

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No.

for Beaux—Character of aShoeing-
Horn ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . Addison

537. On the Dignity of Human Nature . Hughes

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On Extravagance, in Story-telling— -
Epitaph in Pancras Church-yard ...ADDison
The Intentions of a Widow respecting ,
her Suitors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . steele
On Delay, in Marriage . . . . . . . . BUDGELL,
On a Clergyman spoiling one of Til-
lotson's Sermons,. . . . . . . i. . . HUGHES
Letter on the Merits of Spenser . . .

541. On Pronunciation and Action.... . . —

Criticisms on the Spectator—Letter
on the Decay of the Club ... . . . Addison
Meditation. on the Frame of the Hu-
man Body . . . . . . . . . . . . . ——
Letter from Capt. Sentry on the Cha-
racter of Sir Roger de Coverley
- and on his own Situation . . . . . . . STEELE
Letter from the Emperor of China
to the Pope—Note from Mr. Sly .
On dishonest Dealing—Cibber's he-
roic Daughter—Letter on a gene-
rous Benefactor . . . . . . . . . . . —

542.
543.

544.

545.
546.
547.

548.
549.

Cures performed by the Spectator . . Addison
Letter on Poetical Justice . . . . . . . UNKNowN
On Reluctance to leave the World—

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557.

558.

559. 560.

561. 562.

Letter from Sir Andrew Freeport
on his retiring . . . . . . . . . . . ADDISON
Proposal for a new Club . . . . . . —
Translation of Greek Epigrams—
Letter on Law-phrases . . . . . . . UNKNow:
Recommendations of industrious
Tradesmen — Motteux— Harris—

Rowley—Proposals for new Globes steele
On the Spectator's opening his Mouth
-Commendations of him . . . . . ADDIson
Letter from Oxford Correspondents. UNKNows
On the Improvement of Genius . . . Hughes
Farewell Paper and Acknowledge-
ments of Assistance—Letter from
the Academy of Painting . . . . . steel-
Account of the Spectator opening his
Mouth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADDISON
On Conversation — Letter by the
Ambassador of Bantam . . . . . ... ---
Endeavours of Mankind to get rid
of their Burthens, a Dream . . . . —
The same concluded . . . . . . . . . —
Letters, from the Dumb Doctor—
from a pert Baggage — on the
Author's recovering his Speech . . unknown
Account of the Widows’ Club . . . . Addison
On Egotism—Retailers of old Jokes.

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